http://munk.org/typecast/2014/03/25/sears-medalist-and-electric-power-12-owners-manual-1968/http://munk.org/typecast/2014/03/24/sears-power-return-electric-10-and-celebrity-power-12-typewriters-owners-manual-1968/http://munk.org/typecast/2012/12/18/more-from-the-sears-christmas-wishbook-and-a-5-coronet-automatic/http://munk.org/typecast/2012/12/17/the-tower-saga-continues-typewriters-in-sears-catalogs-1947-to-1966/http://munk.org/typecast/2012/12/19/meanwhile-in-the-frozen-north-the-tower-saga-gets-weirder/I just picked up a Tower Electric manual for a Script machine, but it doesn't seem to have a list of what fonts were available for that model.
I tend to overlook and underestimate these later SCMs. Here I think youve photographed it to its optimal aesthetics, so much so that its near iconic of its era.
Ha, ha! Forgetting to "close" parentheses! Another advantage of the type writer--the machine doesn't throw a hissy fit if you do forget!